New Music: Plush “Sheer Power”

San Francisco’s Plush released a track from their upcoming Please EP out April via Father Daughter Records.

From left: Sinclair, Dylan, Eva, and Karli

Generally pinned as a shoegaze band, Plush enters new sonic territory with “Sheer Power.” Parts of the song are reminiscent of what you’d find on their Pine EP that was released last year, but we hear a louder, more demanding vocal stance from Karli’s melancholy tinged hovers and belts. The glimmering flurry of reverberating guitars and crashing percussion never overshadow the bold, self-assured message of the song. The track will make you go through the motions as the tempo revs up just to fall back down and closes out perfectly as the lyrics “Right now it’s none or all/I have the sheer power of knowing I still haunt you when I’m gone” fade abruptly.

Listen to “Sheer Power” below and mark your calendars for the release of Please, to be released April 29th on Father Daughter records. Pre-order here.

Plush will be performing with Wander and Leer Friday March 18th at DNA Lounge.